Architect George Washington Smith created the Spanish Colonial Revival style almost 100 years ago. Smith left Harvard and became a successful bond trader, after which he shifted to Santa Barbara to retire. However, the community loved the house he created, which prompted him to design more for the city. He only used genuine materials from Spain and integrated the old with the new. Currently, he is seen as a Santa Barbara founding father. Numerous new artists were inspired by him, and Kenny Slaught respects the detail-oriented eye that Smith had when creating those amazing pieces.
Kenny Slaught Promotes Story Of Santa Barbara Architecture
by Kenny Slaught ⋅